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OHSU whistleblower: There was no reason patient needed to die

Tens of millions of teeth get pulled each year in the United States, often from patients who dread it.

Larry Dean Black, however, was excited. 14 more words

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Brain talks explore human brain-device interfaces and how birds learn to sing

Brains, brains, brains!

Two upcoming Portland-area talks will be all about the gray matter — connecting human ones to computers (and related ethics) and how those of birds work to help them sing. 245 more words

Get to know your brain and what music and pleasure do to it at May Science on Tap talks

Your belly craves beer, but your mind craves knowledge — of the scientific persuasion. Where, or where, can you feed both in Portland?

At the May (2017) editions of Science on Tap, the ongoing science lecture series presented by Via Productions at area theater venues. 193 more words

Homeless Portlanders Report Challenges Accessing Healthcare

(This story was first published in The Lund Report, which calls itself “Oregon’s most vital source of health news.” A link to the complete story is at the bottom of the post.) … 939 more words


OHSU sued after man bleeds to death

The limit on lawsuit payouts has been particularly controversial for OHSU, with its hospital and associated medical clinics.

A wrongful death lawsuit filed against Oregon Health & Science University could circumvent a $3 million cap on payouts by state government entities imposed by the Oregon Legislature. 11 more words

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Aclan Dogan, MD, FAANS, is a top surgeon who lends his extraordinary set of skills, knowledge, and expertise to serve patients at Oregon Health & Science University, where she acts as Associate Professor and Director of the Division of Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Surgery. 170 more words

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